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In Bed with the Bitches

In Bed with the Bitches



Proudly Presented by the
Real Hot Bitches Dance Troupe

Friday 8 and Saturday 9 September 10 30pm Bats Theatre 1 Kent Terrace Book@bats.co.nz Tickets $16.00

Don't miss your chance to witness the blistering, bitchin dance moves of The Real Hot Bitches.

While other less bitchin folks have been eating they way through winter, the bitches have been in training. Meeting twice weekly they have honed there lycra clad bodies into lethal dance machines.

See how Candy Le Coque changes the sheets while doing the tightest kick ball change in history. Witness the legendary pelvic gyrations of Debrelle La Fonda, share in Tif-fany's aspirations to become NZ top model. See how the bitches fight back when the inappropriate boss figure bans leotards from the work place.

In Bed with the Bitches is hour long homage to the golden age of synchronized dance routines, the age that brought Patrick Swayze to the nation's consciousness and had every little girl wishing they were Cindy Lauper. The 1980's.

With a soundtrack to rival any classic hits station In Bed with the Bitches will have you itching to break out your legwarmers and don flesh colored unitards!


This ain't a family show!

ENDS

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